Mushkin Redline Lumina 32GB 3600MHz DDR4 Memory Review
Peter Donnell / 1 year ago
I’m delighted to see Muskin back on eTeknix today, as it has certainly been a while! Their new Mushkin Redline 32GB 3600MHz DDR4 Memory that I’m reviewing will be their first memory kit review since the Muskin Redline Frostbyte 16GB 2800MHz DDR4 I reviewed back in 2017, and the Ridgeback 16GB 32000MHz DDR4 not long before that too. I’m a big fan of their products, so it’s excellent to see Muskin again. The Redline series always offered a good blend of solid performance and competitive prices. However, I think this is the first time I’ve seen RGB on a Muskin kit, but hey, it’s 2021, what do you expect!
Mushkin Redline Lumina 32GB
The new kit will no doubt come in the usual array sizes and capacities. However, I’ve got a fairly high-end one in for review today. The 32GB kit comes with a pair of 16GB modules, each running at a tasty 3600 MHz and 1.4v. Not the most extreme, I know, but a nice step up from the usual 16GB 3200-ish kits I normally get sent, so it should perform very well today. Plus, with DDR5 on the horizon, perhaps this will be one of the last DDR4 kits we ever review from Mushkin. After all, DDR4 has been with us for quite some time now.
- Redline Series
- Lumina RGB
- 3600 MHz
- XMP 2.0 Support
- 32GB (16GB x 2)
- Enhanced Timings, Frequency and Thermals
- Hand Tested
- Limited Lifetime Warranty
- Part Number MLA4C360GKKP16GX2
For in-depth features and specifications, please visit the official product page here.